Nanomaterial enabled laser transfer for organic light emitting material direct writing

Ko, Seung H.; Pan, Heng; Ryu, Sang G.; Misra, Nipun; Grigoropoulos, Costas. P.; Park, Hee K.
October 2008
Applied Physics Letters;10/13/2008, Vol. 93 Issue 15, p151110
Academic Journal
Organic light emitting material direct writing is demonstrated based on nanomaterial enabled laser transfer. Through utilization of proper nanoparticle size and type and the laser wavelength choice, a single laser pulse could transfer well-defined and arbitrarily shaped tris-(8-hydroxyquinoline)Al patterns ranging from several microns to millimeter size. The unique properties of nanomaterials allow laser induced forward transfer at low laser energy (0.05 J/cm2) while maintaining good fluorescence. The technique may be well suited for the mass production of temperature sensitive organic light emitting devices.


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